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, this is bulls and bears and here they are the bulls and bears this week. gary b smith. tobin smith, jonas max ferris along with todd and steve murphy. okay, todd, we saw gas prices jump during the arab spring last year. how bad is this going to get. >> it's going to get horrible. first of all like you said at the top. we're at a record high this time of the year and start talking about the violence that's taking place in libya and oil based countries right now and you have to only assume at that this is going to spread. this is going to continue to move higher and this is something the u.s. economy cannot afford right now because they're looking at higher prices at the pump. less money to go out and spend. >> brenda: steve, we are seeing that supply could drive this higher, but demand might bring it down. the economy is in trouble around the world. >> yes, absolutely. first of all, the supply has not been disrupted and it's not likely to be disrupted and the gulf states, saudi arabia, especially, em rats are pumpi-- emirates wants us to stand up to iran. and the oil supplies-- we know what th
buttner, this is bulls and bears, here are the bulls and bears, gary b smith, tobin smith. jonas max ferris. and welcome everybody. gary b, is economic patriotism exactly what the economy needs? >> well, not this version of economic patriotism. you know, i think this plan is going to do a lot more harm than good, brenda, especially to the country's bottom line. look, i went through the plan, obama's plan. i went through his tv commercial, three things jumped out that just didn't make any sense, one, he wants to-- one, he wants to cut tax breaks or companies that outsource. when companies outsource the net effect is to create more jobs that were here. people were able to buy goods cheaper because companies are able to make the goods cheaper and buy goods cheaper and spend more money in other sectors, two the other they think he wants to do, he wanted to invest in education and training programs. that's all well and good, brenda and we know that's going to cost millions and millions of dollars, but that's not how the economy works. >> gary b, it's spending more, what does that do t
smith, tobin smith. jonas max ferris along with larry glazier and susan, welcome to everybody. so, larry, unemployment still above 8%, what is it going to take to get the job market roaring back? >> sure, well, the president's jobs plan is just not cutting it, and you know, we know when we dig beneath the surface, the situation is much worse than the headline data suggests. we know that the underemployment rate, a comprehensive data level is 15 mers in this country and know that the labor participation rate, a reflection of whether people are actually looking for jobs is at its lowest level since the early 1980's, their wages are barely keeping pace with inflation. >> how are we going to get better, larry. it's only a half hour show. >> how we're going to make it better by getting the unskilled workers skills for. that's how we're' going to make it better. >> brenda: this is the 30th month of job growth and-- >> and we're better off, for people who forget fall of 2008, 2009 we were losing 800,000 jobs a month and gdp was contracting and we were on the brink of financial armageddon. to th
and let's get right to it. the bulls and bears this week, terry b smith, tobin smith. and jonas max ferris, and who is right about it, the markets or big businesses? >> well, big business is right about the economy. you can believe them or not. they have no incentive to tell you things are bad. doesn't help the stock prices, what's really happening if you look at data points, the economy is loge down. new orders going down. trading partners going down. manufacturing going down and employment-- here is the rub, the change, bad economic news means good things for the the stock market. the stock market is not saying that the economy is recovering. the stock market is saying we're going to get more stimulus from gentle ben, more stimulus from mario draghi. not an expectation of recovery. >> those are the central bankers printing money and putting it into the economy in the hope of making the recovery pick up. but, toby, i worry about looking at individual businesses, because, individual things drive them and it may not be a good read on the entire economy. >> if you worry correctly, because if
? guys, i have a secret nobody else knows this. it's smart boy's birthday. jonas, appy birthday ♪ he's 29? neil is next. >> neil: well, spend now, deal with it later. and bipartisanship is alive and well, but not for the reason reasons, but comes to spending money. like an 8 billion dollar increase in spending to keep the government going, an increase. now, that sounds like a small number, not for the overall big number, but for a lot of house republicans they're getting props for propping up a budget. think about that. all of those who came in and trying it control this passing off on this. so, now, now, what are we looking at? forget about growing up? how about growing something else? okay. you think about that (laughter) >> stop me, stop me. >> charlie graasperino, and gary, what do you think about that? you think about the republican side, six months to keep it going so the government doesn't shut down. in so doing that, you increase spending. >> i don't blame the freshmen, i blame the leadership, it comes from the top down and neil, there's no grape fruits in washington d.c. i go ba
, that kindle is killing it, but short of memory so i like san disc probably up 20, 30%. >> brenda: jonas, what do you think about that. >> and focus on the stock for a little-- (laughter). >> all right, ka vut cavuto is from the conventions and fired up. the show is next. >> here is the good news on both the completed democratic national convention and the republican national convention the week before not that they're done, but we now know clearly who they are, and each comfortable in their own skins and republicans happy to embrace business and democrats happy on government. i say good for them. now, who, who is good for you? hi, everyone, i'm neil cavuto. size apparently does matter. and democrats want more government and republicans-- both making passionate cases of their position. >> it's time for democrats to grow a backbone and stand up for what we believe. >> neil: that backbone company got a positive response. what were you trying to say there? >> i'm trying to say that we have be to be about our values which are central american values, central to the american character and stand up
is reality star khloe kardashian. on the men's side the short list includes kevin jonas of the jonas brothers and mario lopez the tv host. this season also features new judges britney spears and demi lovado. you can check out the new editions right here on ktvu channel 2. the two hour season premier starts tonight at 8:00. >>> coming up on 7:00. let's go back to sal. >> all right pam and dave. traffic is doing pretty well around the bay area but it's crowded at the bay bridge toll plaza. you will see traffic moving along slowly. south bay somewhat surprising we don't have a lot of slow traffic expect on 101 near 880. 280 and 85 still looking pretty good. 6:57 let's go to steve. >> thank you, sir. a lot of low crowds out there. temperatures not changing much overall again 60s and 70s coast and bay. >> thank you. >>> coming up on mornings on 2 a major international story that has bay area connections. the american ambassador to libya one of americans killed in a rocket attack. >>> it's also the big day for apple. we are out there live for a long awaited announcement that is hours away.
que las padres anglo a jonas. en algunos aspectos relacionados a la crianza de los hijos. >>> las madres mexicanas inmigrantes son más protectoras apoyan más a sus hijos en labores escolares. y además, suenen interés sufrir menos en los conflictos conyugales de sus hijos chblt el estudio abarcó más de 5.000 mamás mexicanas chinas y anglosajonas y encontró que a pesar dl pobreza los hijos lograron tener una mayor fortaleza mental. >>> muy bien por ellas una felicitación a la padres mexicanas que scan adulan e te a los hijos. lo digo yo que soy tu
't print more gold. i like gold etf, gld. >> brenda: jonas. >> 10 million dollars a month, bear. >> brenda: gary b your prediction. >> amazon killing it up 30%. >> brenda: all right. jim, bull or bear? >> valuation too high. give me ebay instead. >> brenda: neil is next. >> you want to get this number down? how about starting by getting this number down. welcome everybody, i'm neil cavuto and fox on top of getting on top of those numbers. and a 16 trillion dollar debt that keeps growing and a tax base in which 47% of aren't paying and the latter create ago dust up for mitt romney and whether he was just writing these folks off, prompting the first on fox clarification from mitt romney, telling me he was just pointing an alarming trend out. that 47% figure, which is about right, is it too high? do you think that the level should be be closer to what it was in the late 70's, where it was in the 20's? what is an acceptable level? >> well, first of all, of course, you're right. there are a number of retirees, members of the military and so forth who aren't paying taxes and that's as it should
, will never be released and he is going to die in prison. >> bret: jona? >> it's a bizarre response. in normal politics, if a politician says i have no plan to run, that is generally construed as he is going to run. and to say there is no plan is almost parsing of the word "is" there. it's a very strange thing. representative king is absolutely right. why not have a categorical denial? this guy was ring leader of attack morn soil. under no circumstances could we possibly let him out. certainly you cannot let him out after you have the attacks on the cairo embassy. to suggest that the reports out there that this is actually an ongoing negotiation i find it hard to believe. >> bret: they shoot it down privately. it's not as categorical from the podium. >> it would be insane. so insane. i say this because i have immense respect for the foreign policy philosophy in the white house. but this is on par with iran can tra to say you attack our embassies. here is the man with american blood on his hands in respons response. >> who attacked the world trade center. this is inconceivable. >> bret: big pic
, they announced the mentors for sure. so justin bieber will be with l.a. reid and nick jonas with demi lovato. >> what about simon? >> simon doesn't have a mentor yet. >> any other scoop? >> i think we're off to a great start. there's lot of good dirt about behind the scenes, britney no alcohol ban and the women can't be too pretty behind the set of x-factor for britney and we want to know why the judges were eating the entire time they were judging. >> maybe they were hungry. >> no breaks. >> they were working them hard trying to get everything in. >> no lunch break. >> sarah, thank you very much. we'll let you get out of here because you have to be at work early. >>> dustin hoffman and david letterman among the distinguished list of entertainers tonight, just two of the 2012 recipients of the kennedy center honor. buddy guy, led zeppelin and the kennedy center honors take place december 2nd. >>> next at 11:00 an unlicensed daycare busted in virginia, the surprising discovery police made when they went inside the home. >> plus caught on camera, bank robbers throwing handfuls cash out the win
out now ruby, jonas, camilla and angelo. >> these are the untouchable. how are you? >> good. >> you guys are so young. all under the age of 13, but yet you beat out all of these great dancers on "america's got talent." was that amazing? >> it was amazing because we are the last kids and dance act l t left. and that's really amazing. and no kids have won "america's got talent." and if we were the first, that would just be the best thing ever. >> you got some votes here. >> let's go see what they can do. come on, guys. >> go ahead. ♪ don't stop keep it moving put your drinks up ♪ ♪ let the rhythm take your world on the floor ♪ ♪ we're running tonight on the floor ♪ ♪ >> whew! yeah. ♪ we gonna get on the floor >> the untouchables. >> wow. congratulations. >> oh, fantastic. you guys are great. good job. meanwhile, over here, let's point out david garabaldi. >> chairman of the board. >> yeah, looking like frank sinatra here. that's amazing. now let's bring out richard and nicholas olate, father and son animal trainers. these dogs are unbelievable when you see them perfor
bart. the other awards, dishonor awards handed out for the worst bias of the world. jonas goldberg had the honor of awarding one of dishonors. >> this is point of personal privilege we are doing the barbra streisand award for political stupidity. i have a mild obsession for barbra streisand. it's not a healthy obsession. one of the reasons why is when the l.a. times picked me up as columnist. barbra streisand cancelled her subscription to the l.a. times in protest. in my career there are very few high watermarks than that. look, in all fairness, conservatives shouldn't be such pains in the ass to hollywood liberals but the simple fact fastest rooted to their brain. the winner goes to baby higo, sean penn. >> he has what to get the "n" word out of the white house party. the tea party party. there is a big bubble coming out of their heads, can we just lynch him. >> competitors for the highest dishonor or the worst reporter in the history of man, wereatied brian williams and dan rather and the winner, drum roll, katie couric kheows by the conditions. there she is right there. cal you were
. >> a lot of speculation about special guest mentors on the show. for example, nick jonas. i know you can't confirm a lot of things. nick jonas, maybe marc anthony, justin bieber. you go back, toured with the jonas brothers and also with him in the disney days. >> yes. >> can you say he taped with you? >> i will just tell you that you'll have to wait and see. >> have to wait and see. that's it. >> yes, you'll have to wait and see. >> you seem like you're doing so great right now. have you a great week ahead of you. you have a preshow for the vmas, part of that, nominated as well. your song, "give your heart a break" hit song. things are going good in your life right now? >> i can't complain at all. it's amazing. i'm living in a dream right now. >> you talked last time you were here in march you talked very publicly about the struggles you had faced including eating disorder, bipolar, cutting. a lot of people really sympathized and reached out to you, some of your young fans who may be experiencing the same things. what's the advice you give to them? >> the advice i give to anybody, people
in my life. >> reporter: jonas, from eldersburg in carroll county, when he graduated from high school in june, he decided to postpone college. >> my mom, her first instinct was just like, you're crazy. no, you're going to college. >> reporter: mom has come around a bit, and dude trek, as he calls it, started week ago. he gets a lot of questions. >> what are you doing? what are you doing? what is dude trek? why do you smell so bad? i've gone three days without a shower so far. >> it's our lucky day. >> yeah, really. >> reporter: this is sweaty business. >> like i said, i was a runner, so i upped my running for a little while. >> reporter: he camps most nights, but occasionally bunks with friends, like the one who invited him to a party near college park, even though he probably couldn't make it. >> i'm like, dude, you're never going to guess where i'll be friday night. i'll be in greenville park. dude! i live a block away from green belt park! >> reporter: he's only been at it for a week, but jonah says the best part so far is the people he's sharing the road with. >> the biggest surpr
refusing to get back some people think that they is joe jonas. it could be jake gillenhall, if that's the case she doesn't get much sympathy from many people since he is arguably one of the hottest guys on the planet. ♪ getting back together >> reporter: the hottest track right nowen of what the kids are calling edm, electronic dance music, is spectrum by zed. zed, he is 22 years old. a musical prodigy. he is from germany and he is blowing up. his new album, clarity, comes out october 9th. lady gaga has said she has a major musical crush on him. guess who else wants to work with him? justin bieber. once you get the biebs involved, you are officially bfd. ♪ bring it back ♪ tell them,0 to play it again ♪ >> why do we all go out to the club? trey songz has written a dissertation on club culture and narrowed it down to two reasons. ♪ lady and the drinks >> reporter: unless you are listening to unedited version, then it is the [ bleep ] and the drinks. actually it is amazing, really catchy. ♪ ladies and the drinks >> now i know who trey songz is and zedd. >> according to ryan
are saying. one person getting government benefits and 2011 48.6 percent . you argue jonas, once you reach the tipping point there is no return? >> we don't know where the tipping point is. we know some point when citizen become clients of the state and getting benefit government, their loyalty to and faith and capitalism disappears, going back to the roman empire one of the main reasonns the roman empire fell, people were so entitled to the perks of roman citizenship they had to bring out outsiders because it wasus sustainable. >> allyson: some people argue that the election and median income for middle class down and gas prices so high how can romney and obama be neck and neck. you argue it is we are nearing the tipping point in >> when you have large number of people who see their own self interest and rational self interest in terms of getting more from government. like obama care which may be the final key stone to the tipping point, you can understand why some people, if their whole life is based on what more they can get from government and half of the american people get their mone
. >> jonas just wrote a piece apple peaked in the post steve jobs era. >> so stupid. >> where do you stand? >> i stand saying that is really stupid. >> when you look at their stock and how much they're valued ought, how do you think about that issue in. >> look, i can't do, i'm not looking at it in terms of valuation but do i think that apple has such very much earned, they have such a relationship with the consumer that they get and dedeserve a premium and they have a very long pipeline of products and i think they're money good. >> money good? could they become a trillion-dollar company? >> they could become a 40. you're dealing in areas, why would i -- are they going to grow? yes. i mean, will they grow into their valuation, which is actually, you know, in terms, it's not that wild. they're multiple. they're an incredibly, they're a fantastic company. >> surprised by any of the mistakes or miscues? the new iphone came out, people constantly talking about the mapping service not working, related to what google is doing? >> one of the things you know about the internet, it's not like you
. can you defend yourself in a moment. jona let me start with you. shock value. there is a lot of it with that photo. once you realize it was a staged photo to get a reaction. clearly no beer was consumed. just a stupid decision or does it rise to the abuse category. >> this is why there should be a test or a licensing procedure before people can procreate. this is only funny. >> what's procreate mean? >> this is is only funny to a drunken tailgaters that didn't get a wherewithal to get a sitter. is it funny? no. is it abuse yes. legally. >> this is abuse. holding a child upside down? how many times when a kid is crying you pick the kid up and be there playing. >> not over a keg. >> why? the child is the child adversely affected being over a keg? >> be absolutely. >> yes. >> if you told me a child was adversely affected being over a lit cigarette or cigar and smoke is going in their face and they are inhaling it i will give you ain't to. over a big hunk of metal that liquid in it. our nation is becoming a bunch of marshmallows. don't spank your child. don't break a window with
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